04 November, 2010

.travel: premium names without premium pricing

The allocation of one-character and two-character .TRAVEL Reserved Names has been announced by the registry.  In total there are 1085 opportunities to explore -- the almost-complete list is here -- (you'll note that my.travel is not on the list).

So what's the catch?  There's always a catch, isn't there?

While the registry indicates that there is no cost to make an application and that all allocated names will be registered at normal prices as established by your registrar, the Tralliance registry does expect applicants to submit a proposal explaining how your use of the names will benefit you and .Travel --[it's an RFP Program].

Complete details may be found here.

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